Skip to main content

About your Search

20110101
20110131
STATION
MSNBC 5
CSPAN2 2
WJLA (ABC) 2
WRC (NBC) 2
KGO (ABC) 1
KNTV (NBC) 1
WMAR (ABC) 1
WTTG (FOX) 1
LANGUAGE
English 15
Search Results 0 to 14 of about 15 (some duplicates have been removed)
ABC
Jan 29, 2011 5:30pm PST
, but i'm on facebook. >> and the master of the presidential parody has died. david frye captured the voice and body language of the top political figures of his generation, but it was impersonating richard nixon on the smothers brothers show that made real headlines at the time. >> i have a great dilemma next year, in '68. i don't know whether to stay on the sidelines and watch the republican party go down the drain or go in there and blow up the thing myself. >> and there was this take on then-senator bobby kennedy from new york. >> a lot of people say i sound like bugs bunny. that's not true. bugs bunny sounds like me. >> david frye was 77. still making us smile all these years later. >> when we come back, the "challenger" astronaut now making history twice, all because of something that happened when he was just 9. wow. it's really coming together. yep. this way, everyone will know about all our great discounts. safe driver, online, homeowner's -- more discounts than ever before. and they still get great service. ♪ ow! [ disco music plays ] ♪ whoa, yeah is it just me, or i
MSNBC
Jan 16, 2011 7:30am EST
searches, friends and family and social media. >> we have not spent $1 on advertising yet. >> spencer frye and his business partners haven't spent a dollar on advertising, either. >> carbonmade is an online portfolio business to display their work online. to show off what they produce. >> the site started off as gorham's personal portfolio and now thanks to word of mouth, its popularity has grown. that allowed the trio to make it a full time business. >> it's really about keeping, very frugal and keeping expenses low and hoping that more and more revenue comes in every month. >> rather than trying to recruit more customers, focus on the company's approximately 300,000 current users. >> for an ultralight, you want to build a simple product. we had to basically launch with a paid plan from the start and you need that kind of business model where you're going to make money from day one. for most of us, the most of the money is spent on the product and developing the team. if your business is profitable and growing, you can continue to grow it indefinitely. >> while carbonmade has found succes
MSNBC
Jan 22, 2011 5:30am EST
and family. >> we have not spent a dollar on advertisement yet. >> spencer frye and his business partners dave gorham and dave nelson haven't spent a dollar on advertising either. >> carbonmade is an online portfolio site for artists and creative people to display work on line. basically to show off what they produce. >> the site started off as gorham's personal portfolio. thanks to word-of-mouth, its popularity has grown. that allowed the trio to make carbonmade a full-time business. >> it's really about being frugal and keeping expenses low and hoping that more and more revenue comes in every month. >> rather than trying to recruit more customers, carbonmade uses revenue to focus on improving the experience of the company's approximately 300,000 current users. >> for an ultralight, you want to build a simple product because you have very few people to start. we had tounch to see launch with a paid plan from the start. you need a business model where you'll make money from day one. most of the money is spent on developing the product and team, the people around it. >> if your business is
NBC
Jan 21, 2011 11:00pm EST
frye from deep. n frye made seven threpointers. fourth quarter, wizards down 12 nash driving baseline, gets the reverse layup. wizards, 109-91. flip saunders said, those engines just seemed to sputter. >>> moving to college hoops, the 14th ranked marand women's baetball team traveled to charlottesville tolay the cavaliers who still dnot have a conference win. maryland led by ten but then uva put on the essure, sparking a 16-3 run that turned this game into a nail-biter. brenda friedman and the terps in a back-and-for contest. under 20 secondso go. young pullsp from three-point land to tie it. it's good. we're headed to overtime now. tied at 69-69. under 15 secondso go in overtime. tied at 75-75. barrett pushes it the length of the court. she lays it in. the terps arep two. virginia, on last chance. arianna moore pulls up for three, and the win and t ball rattles in and out. can you believe it? maryland survived by the skin of their teeth in charlottesvil over virgia, 775. >>>oving now to tennis. we've en some crazy stuff happen during the first week of the australian open. on monday,
FOX
Jan 21, 2011 11:00pm EST
frye, frye, his third consecutive three. he had a game high 25 points. suns down the wizards 109-91 and flip saunders talks about the difference between the old master steve nash and the a present advertise john wall. and the apprentice john wall. >> that's what he does, steve keeps the ball in his hands. he locates people. he exhausts his dribble so much. john's not quite there yet. >>> we're down to the final four in the nfl. sunday it's conference title game time. the afc features the jets and the steelers while the nfc matches two divisional opponents, the bears and packers, the two teams have played each other 181 times, more than any other teams in the league but have only played once in the playoffs. needless to say, these two teams know each other quite well. >> we face this team twice a year. they're about 4 1/2 hours away from us. they're used to playing us. we're used to playing them. >> i think there's a lot of respect in this rivalry. you know, jay and i are buddies, but we're not going to talk this week. charles and i probably won't talk this week, but there's a res
NBC
Jan 18, 2011 4:00am PST
on the suns. it wasn't enough. channing frye with a dagger from the outside and phoenix won its third straight 129-121. >>> final seconds. tie game. joe johnson shot well off the mark. evans bailed him out with a foul. johnson hit both foul shots to take the lead. sacramen sacramento, a last chance. cousins with an inbound pass pass. airmailed it into the stands. what in the world was that? college hoops one place the syracuse-pitt game. the panthers were off and running the other way. gilbert browning, huge dunk. number four pitt beat third ranked syracuse, and, finally, great finish between number 8 uconn, and villanova. walker with the tear drop, and villanova was sent home crying. uconn pulled off the upset 61-59. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggen. >> early today sports is brought to you by touch of gray, get rid of some gray, never all. >>> an entertainment power couple welcomes a new edition to the family. your entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, at times we all like to chug chuckle at the cute dog outfits, but it just so happens that's
ABC
Jan 21, 2011 11:00pm EST
with confidence. this player scored 25 points. the wizards led by 1 at intermission. down to the third, frye went off. 25 points. the suns beat the wizards 109- 91. the celtics are here tomorrow night. college basketball, a very serious issue around today at the comcast center. the terps played tomorrow at 2:30. this is a quick turnaround after the loss to virginia tech. one person would like to think this was an aberration. and that it was the only double- digit loss for maryland. they are anxious to get right back on the courts. >> some teams lose and they wait three days to play again. we play right back up again. >> we have to forget about this in just zero worry about clemson. >> mean while the lady terps againstuva. watch -- against uba. -- uva. watch this drive. a wide-open shot. maryland wins 77-75. we were talking about the nfl championship weekend that is upon us. the steelers, ryan is happy that a cbs analyst is kicking the jets. >> -- is picking the jets. >> that is good. that is good. >> terrible. >> i love that. look at this. one player tried to bounce the ball, and just stuck. i ha
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2011 5:00am EST
't enough. cha channing frye with a dag freret outside. final seconds, tie game, joe johnson's shot, well off the mark. t evans with the foul. airmails it into the stands. what the world was that, atlanta won it. >>> college hoops, off the fast break, the panthers were off and running the other way. bill gert brown, a huge dunk. pitt beat syracuse, 64-56. final seconds, tie game. villanova was sent home crying. uconn pulled off the upset, 61-59. that's your "first look" at sports. i'm fred roggin. >>> for another quick look at the weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. did you bring your galoshes? >> i didn't. the coastal areas, it's a mess right now. they've had 1 to 2 inches of snow from areas outside of baltimore to philly to new york. sleet on top of that. now freezing rain. so it's just going to hit you when you step out the doors in those areas. temperature in hartford at 16. it will be tough to get above 62. in hartford, maybe 4 inches of snow. then you're going to get considerable ice on top of that, same with areas like albany, new york, poughkeepsie and the hudson valley
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2011 5:00am EST
and keeps it going in ot. channing frye's dunk giving the suns a lead. then vince carter there for the put-back. suns win 118-109. >>> los angeles clippers had a 21-point lead on the heat when miami rallies. lebron jamesci drills the three. another thunderous dunk by blake griffin. surprise, the clippers beat the heat 111-105. >>> the jets and patriots hate each other, rex ryan commented. now it's gotten personal. the back page of the new york "daily news," "bleep time brady and added he's a bleep hole." yesterday carmody held his ground while brady took it in stride. >> i'm sure there's a long list of people that feel that way. >> i said what i had to say. in my opinion it's never going to change about brady. at the end of the day it's going to be what it's going to be. he hate he, he hate the jets, who cares? >> reporter: that's a first look at sports, i'm mario solis. >>> here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. bill, please, no profanity. keep it clean. stick to weather. >> of course, lynn. with a smile on my face. and this snowstorm is just the third in
MSNBC
Jan 6, 2011 3:00pm EST
a minute and figure out something nice to say. karin frye, thanks for coming in and talking about this important topic. for a lot of parents and teachers it's important so the kids feel good about themselves but don't have to worry about bullying in school. >>> ipad galaxy and android, a few of the hot electronics making their way into more and more american homes. like putting kids in a candy store. we'll take you to vegas where the consumer electronics show is up and run to look at what is the next big thing in our culture. ♪ [ female announcer ] in a perfect world, we wouldn't need to filter our water. the same water that flows freely, untouched, the way nature intended, would flow into our homes. that's why there's brita, to make the water we drink, taste a little more, perfect. reduce lead and other impurities with the advanced filtration system of brita. [ breathes deeply, wind blows ] ♪ something wrong with your squeegee, kid? uh, i'm a little sick. sick?! you gonna let a sore throat beat you? you're fearless! this building is tough, but it's never seen the likes of you
NBC
Jan 22, 2011 6:00am EST
frye. fry made seven three-pointers. e suns were up four. the wizards areown 12. sh driving baseline gets the reverse layup and the fo. he had 17 points. theizards follow the ss 109-91 flip sauers said that engine just sputtered. >> more than anything else, offensively, they mak sense. our heads go down. we forge how to play offensively instead of stayi with the system. they passe a couple of layups to get the guys shots. we missed some open shots. >> moving n to college hoops. the 14th ranked marand women's basketball team traveled to charlottesville to play the cavaliers. marylanded by ten. uva put on the preure. they sparked a 16-3 run to turn this game into a nail biter. brendan freese head coach of the maryland terps. the terps down by 3. he pulls up fromthree-point land. we are headed to overtime. game tiedt 69. der 15 seconds to go. barrett pushes it the length of the court. lays it in and the terp are up by two. virginia has one last chance. ariana moor could she get it? the ball rattles in and out. maryland survives in charlottesville, over virgin, 77-75. we've seen som odd
CSPAN
Jan 30, 2011 11:00pm EST
: florida, you have 15 seconds. >> caller: thank you very much. my hero is a man named miriam frye. he was a man from a white protestant family. he saved some people from the nazis in europe. he saved so many using them to get passports and visas to get out of france and into spain and eventually to the united states and save them. and save their bodies intellectual work for the western world. that is a hero of mine. >>>> host: thank you. thank you, caller. >> guest: great hero. in fact, we put in the book, my favorite person is meet geese. i had anne frank. she's the woman that save and hid anne frank's family from the nazis. they come rushing in and raid her house. at that moment, she could say i didn't know they were up there. she never apologized. what she instead does, she tries to bribe the nazis. don't take these people away. they tear up her place, the one thing they discard is the one red book, anne frank's diary. she's the woman that history doesn't know about. she's the one that saved the diary, she preserved it. when otto frank said my daughter is dead, she never read the b
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2011 11:00pm EST
seconds. >> caller: thank you. my hero was daron frye and he was from a old white protestant family who went to marseilles and basically saved the intellectual of germany. and used so many ruse to get passports and visas for them to get out of france and nazi occupied france into spain and eventually to the united states. and saved them and saved their body of intellectual work for the western world. that is a hero. of mine. >> great hero. we put in the book in that list that you have my favorite person is miep gies. and i had anne frank in there. but she's actually the woman who saved and hid anne frank's family from the nazis and here the nazis come rushing in and they raid her house and at that moment miep can say i didn't know they were there and never apologize and see she tries to bribe the nazis and don't take the people away and the nazis tear up her place and they rummage her stuff and the one thing they discard and forget about this one red checked book. miep is the woman that history doesn't really know about. she actually died last year and basically she's the one who saved
Search Results 0 to 14 of about 15 (some duplicates have been removed)